The Southern Life: Is It What it Seems? This is an essay about To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee.
Many consider the southern "ideal" as consisting of stunning manor houses, the breathtaking panorama, and the posh populace; however, this ideal has been severely tarnished due to slavery. Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird gives profound insight into the daily lives of citizens occupying a small-town, Maycomb, in the heart of the Deep South. By means of the many distinctive characters, their pre-Civil Rights Movement attitudes are scrutinized by a young girl, Jean-Louise Finch (Scout Finch), and are put into the limelight through the eyes of an innocent. In the novel, To Kill a Mockingbir…
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